1919 D Mercury Dime
The 1919 D version of the Mercury Dime is worth on average $9,000.00 if in Mint State (uncirculated), while one in poor condition will have a value of just $4.00. If the coin has an error, or is certified this will further add to the appeal and raise it's price numismatically speaking.
- Year: 1919
- Mint: D
- Type: Mercury Dime
- Mintage: 9,939,000
- Metal: 90% silver 10% copper
- What's it worth?: $9,000.00 to $4.00
1919 D Mercury Dime MS+ or uncirculated with FBL can sell for over $9,000. In lower end states like F or XF these Mercury Dimes only sell for a few dollars however.
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Top coins in this series. List price based off high end conditions that have been certified.
|$50,000||1916 D Mercury Dime|
|$45,000||1918 D Mercury Dime|
|$9,000||1919 D Mercury Dime|
|$8,000||1919 S Mercury Dime|
Known errors. Coins in order by date. To learn more about each error simply click on the read more link.
|FB + Error||Anytime you find an error that is also a FB it will be worth more....|
|Rotated Die||Flip coin over if one image appears rotated then it may be Rotated Die error....|
|Clipped Planchet||Planchets have been clipped on edges. This is a common error....|
|Broadstruck||Broadstruck or Broadstrike Mercury dime errors occur when the planchet is struck off ...|
|Off Center Strike||
Off-Center Mercury Dime strikes occur when the die strikes the planchet partially ...
Rare Coins. Key and Semi-Key Dates to remember. Based on various factors.
|1926 S||1926 S is a semi key date to remember....|
|1921 D||1921 D is a semi key date to remember....|
|1918 D||1918 D mercury dime is really more of a semi key date as lower end versions are not w...|
|1916 D||1916 D Mercury Dimes are Key Dates to note and remember....|
Mint mark is located on the reverse (back) of the coin. Bottom near the center between the letter E and the Olive Branch.
The designers concept was that of a A young Liberty, with winged cap. The mercury dime however appears to most to have an image of the Roman and Greek GOD of speed Mercury.
The Mercury Dime has a weight of 2.5 g.